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Album Information
Album Epicon
Artist Globus
Year 2006
Genre Soundtrack

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
AmazoniTunes 01 Preliator
4:24 155
AmazoniTunes 02 Mighty Rivers Run
5:13 133
Amazon 03 Prelude (On Earth As In Heaven)
5:22 202
AmazoniTunes 04 Spiritus Khayyam
5:08 89
AmazoniTunes 05 La Coronacion
4:16 110
AmazoniTunes 06 Europa
4:02 190
AmazoniTunes 07 Diem Ex Dei
6:02 137
AmazoniTunes 08 Orchard Of Mines
5:08 106
AmazoniTunes 09 Crusaders Of The Light
5:41 122
AmazoniTunes 10 Madre Terra
4:10 105
AmazoniTunes 11 Illumination
5:43 87
AmazoniTunes 12 Take Me Away
4:20 97
AmazoniTunes 13 Sarabande Suite (Aeternae)
7:41 104
AmazoniTunes 14 Porque Te Vas (Globus Version)
3:56 64

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Reviewers Rating

3 reviews done for this album.

Definitely worth your money!
Date: 2 Oct 2006
Soundtrack of the Month for October, 2006 is also available for purchase at CD Baby at a much lower price than

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For the european people
By: Caliburn
Date: 5 Oct 2006
This CD can also be bought for a good price in Europe for example at

6 of 13 found this review helpful

By: LOTRKing
Date: 29 May 2007
EPICON is a beautiful blend of orchestral style music with modern rock music. This unusual, but amazing combination of styles gives the album its distinct sound. The album opens with the track Preliator (my favorite track on this album) with a sound reminiscent of the classic “O Fortuna.” The track then progresses to a battle drum followed by a female soloist singing in Latin. She is then joined by the choir that opened the track, and the track culminates in an EPIC duet between the two. The album moves on to Mighty Rivers Run, a calming piece featuring once again a female soloist and a background choir, however the words are in English this time. Prelude (On Earth as in Heaven) brings the album to its first real rock-sounding piece as the first male soloist and an accompanying choir sing about a man’s undying love for his dead wife. EPICON continues to Spiritus Khayyam which begins in an Indian or Middle-Eastern language (I can’t tell which) and then brings back the EPIC sound that was heard in Preliator. The album then mellows out with a calming Spanish track “La Coronacíon.” The next track, Europa, is another one of my favorites, and is the most rock-sounding track on the album. Diem Ex Dei has a similar sound to Preliator, though with not quite as much choir. Orchard of Mines returns to the distinct EPIC rock sound of the album and is similar to (but better than) Prelude. Crusaders of the Light makes me think “this is what Chariots of Fire would sound like if it were EPIC.” Madre Terra is another beautiful Spanish track and has a sound similar to Josh Groban’s music. Illumination is a “mehh” track that sounds like Mighty Rivers Run, but is not nearly as good. Take Me Away is the final rock sounding track on the album, but will satisfy rock fans just as much as all the other rock-tracks. Sarabande Suite (Aeternae) is the longest track on this album, but easily one of the most beautiful. It begins with a light choir and some beautiful piano music, but quickly progresses to the EPIC sound that was heard in Preliator. This track is always a good request, except when the queue is long. The final track, Porque Te Vas is the most disappointing track on the album; not only does it sound completely unlike anything else on the album with its slow vocal-guitar duet, but it ends the album with a sound completely opposite of how it began. In my opinion, it would have been better to end EPICON with Sarabande Suite. Still, this is a wonderful album as a whole, and has quickly become one of my all-time favorite CDs. I look forward to what Globus will offer us in the future.

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